A bill proposed by state Representative Robert E. Craven Sr. would increase the penalties for wage theft and employee misclassification
Orange flooded the Denver City Council chambers Monday during a public hearing on a “wage theft” protection bill.
The orange did not belong to fans of Denver Broncos, Clemson Tigers or Tennessee Volunteers, but to Carpenters Local 555 — a labor union in Denver.
The parent company of Baywood Home Care in Minneapolis has been ordered to pay $1.6 million in fines and back pay to resolve a labor violation complaint brought by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Hundreds of Burger King workers in San Francisco will receive over $2 million in wage thefts in a landmark decision issued by the California Labor Commissioner’s Office last month.
PROVIDENCE – Three Rhode Island contractors have been charged with stealing more than $64,000 in wages from 14 workers on a Woonsocket school project, the R.I. Attorney General’s Office said on Tuesday. Eduardo Benitez, 33, of Woonsocket, owner of Benitez Y Rojas Drywall, Empire Drywall, and New Generation Drywall; Teresa Rojas, 36, of Pawtucket, affiliated…
ROVIDENCE – A federal judge has awarded more than $2 million to seven cable installers who worked for a company that installed Cox services and accused their former employer of failing to pay them fair wages and overtime.